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  • 100年公務人員特種考試一般警察人員考試、公務人員特種考試警察人員考試及特種考 97 by 高普考/三四等/高員級◆國文
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  • 單字 片語 2 by 教甄教程◆英文
    Although the archaeologist _____ the symbols on the cave wall, she was unable to _____ them becau..
  • contradict, conflict, concede, confide 0 by 教甄教程◆英文
    (A) contradict contradict KK [͵kɑntrəˋdɪkt] DJ [͵kɔntrəˋdikt] 1. 否定(陳述等); 反駁; 提出論據反對 同..
  • disclose=uncover, open, reveal, show 20 by 教甄教程◆英文
    disclose KK [dɪsˋkloz] DJ [disˋkləuz] 1. 使露出, 使顯露 同義詞uncover, open, reveal, show 反義詞conceal,..
A fan may _____ the air in summer,but it does not cool it.
(A)eliminate
(B)conceal
(C)utilize
(D)circulate
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答案:D
難度:簡單
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Joy :) 考上國小英語師囉,謝謝阿摩 高三下 (2012/06/27 11:53)
請阿摩大大把字的行距調開,閱讀有困難,改成如下,謝謝。

A fan may_____the air in summer,but it does not cool it. (A)eliminate (B)conceal (C)utilize (D)circulate
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蘇婕鈮 大二下 (2012/12/28 08:51)
請阿摩大大把字的行距調開,閱讀有困難,
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Hsu Baleng 高一下 (2013/10/04 17:12)
A fan may_____the air in summer,but it does not cool it. (A)eliminate (B)conceal (C)utilize (D)circulate
Do you have trouble picking out a friend’s face among a group of people? There’s a name for your condition: prosopagnosia, or face blindness. The disorder was thought to be exceedingly rare and mainly a result of brain injury. But last month a team of German researchers took the first stab at charting its prevalence, and the results were remarkable. The new study showed that prosopagnosia is highly heritable and surprisingly common, afflicting, in some form, about 1 in 50 peoplemore than 5 million in the US alone. “That’s huge,” says Dr. Thomas Grüter of the Institute of Human Genetics in Münster. “It was a real surprise.” Within that group of sufferers, however, the condition varies widely. For the vast majority, the problem is not so much about detecting a faceprosopagnosics can see eyes, noses, and mouths as clearly as anyone else—as it is about recognizing the same set of features when seeing them again. While mild prosopagnosics can train themselves to memorize a limited number of faces, others grapple with identifying family members and, in extreme cases, their own faces. Gaylen Howard, 40, a homemaker in Boulder, Colo., says that when she’s standing in front of a mirror in a crowded restroom, she makes a funny face so that, as she puts it, “I can tell which one is me.” Most prosopagnosics learn to cope early on. They distinguish people based on cues like hairstyle, voice, or body shape. They shun places where they could unexpectedly run into someone they know. They pretend to be lost in thought while walking down the street. They act friendly to everyone—or to no one. In short, they become expert at masking their dysfunction. “This is probably why the disorder went unnoticed for so long,” says Gruter.
【題組】50 What does the sentenceThey act friendly to everyone—or to no one” in the last paragraph mean?
(A)They try to please everybody by being nice to them.
(B)They pretend to like everyone but actually like no one.
(C)They attempt to conceal their problem by treating everyone in the same way.
(D)They seek comfort in making friends with everyone they don’t know.
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答案:C
難度:適中
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Ian Huang 高二上 (2011/12/21 11:06)

Do you have trouble picking out a friend’s face among a group of people? There’s a name for your condition: prosopagnosia, or face blindness. The disorder was thought to be exceedingly rare and mainly a result of brain injury. But last month a team of German researchers took the first stab at charting its prevalence, and the results were remarkable. The new study showed that prosopagnosia is highly heritable and surprisingly common, afflicting, in some form, about 1 in 50 people—more than 5 million in the US alone. “That’s huge,” says Dr. Thomas Grüter of the Institute of Human Genetics in Münster. “It was a real surprise.” Within that group of sufferers, however, the condition varies widely. For the vast majority, the problem is not so much about detecting a face—prosopagnosics can see eyes, noses, and mouths as clearly as anyone else—as it is about recognizing the same set of features when seeing them again. While mild prosopagnosics can train themselves to memorize a limited number of faces, others grapple with identifying family members and, in extreme cases, their own faces. Gaylen Howard, 40, a homemaker in Boulder, Colo., says that when she’s standing in front of a mirror in a crowded restroom, she makes a funny face so that, as she puts it, “I can tell which one is me.” Most prosopagnosics learn to cope early on. They distinguish people based on cues like hairstyle, voice, or body shape. They shun places where they could unexpectedly run into someone they know. They pretend to be lost in thought while walking down the street. They act friendly to everyone—or to no one. In short, they become expert at masking their dysfunction. “This is probably why the disorder went unnoticed for so long,” says Gruter.

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Lea 高三上 (2015/01/12 14:51)
dysfunction 
KK [dɪsˋfʌŋkʃən] DJ [disˋfʌŋkʃən]  

官能不良;官能障礙

conceal 1
KK [kənˋsil] DJ [kənˋsi:l] 

隱蔽,隱藏;隱瞞[(+from)][+wh-]

同義詞 

hidecovercachecloak

反義詞 

revealdisclose

變化形 動變 

concealed concealed concealing

釋義 相關詞
其他解釋
  1. conceal sth. from sb. 

    對某人隱瞞某事

    conceal sth. from sb. 3

    對某人隱瞞某事

    conceal 4


    KK [kən`sil] 

    formal -【正式】


2219 conceal 
(A) 責怪 
(B) 臉紅 
(C) 歸檔 
(D) 隱藏;掩飾
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答案:D
難度:簡單
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林宗慶 國二下 (2016/05/26 21:40)
A選項  blame
B選項  blush
C選項 file
D選項 conceal 動詞   隱藏;掩飾
People who refuse to ________ with the law will be punished.
(A) obey
(B) consent
(C) conceal
(D) comply
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答案:D
難度:困難
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Jingle Fan 小五上 (2012/08/09 23:44)
obey / comply "with"
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winny(一定要上榜) 高三上 (2016/01/26 15:49)


(A) obey 服從
(B) consent 同意
(C) conceal 隱藏
(D) comply 執行
The government has decided to take a series of measures to help____the wildlife native to our land.
(A) conceal
(B) conceive
(C) condemn
(D) conserve
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答案:D
難度:簡單
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Jamie Chu 國二上 (2012/09/13 10:41)
conceal  [kən'si:l]  
vt.隱藏, 隱瞞, 掩蓋

conceive  [kən'si:v]  
v.設想, 想出, 懷孕

condemn  [kən'dem]  
vt.譴責, 判刑
vt.宣告...無用, 沒收

conserve  ['kɔnsə:v,kən'sə:v]  
n.蜜餞, 果醬
v.保存, 保持,節省, 用糖保存
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Yan 大三下 (2012/10/17 17:20)
measures  措施;手段;方法[P1]
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Meng-ju Shih 國二下 (2013/06/03 21:04)
a series of measures一系列的措施